“I Still Love You” emphasizes the realization that your significant other can get on your last nerve. However, you cannot live with them. Lovers don’t always agree with each other, but that doesn’t mean the love should end.
Ryan P. Desmond
Strategic leader with a knack for building powerfully, productive teams. Former US Army Medic, Certified Personal Trainer, Doctor of Chiropractic Student, & Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Hopeful. En route to becoming a Musculoskeletal Radiologist, I am on a mission to learn everything there is to know about muscles, bones, joints, and the nervous system, living a fitness lifestyle, and applying that knowledge to maximizing human potential. I would also love to see health care organizations implement that knowledge to eliminate chronic pain and disease.
“Part of Me” is rightfully named. It grabs your heart. It wakes you up, because you know you are linked to someone out of obligation. You are not with the one that you truly love. And it makes you want to fight for the one that you truly love, so the pain of separation ends. You will feel this song, if you have been madly in love with someone that life prevented you from being with.
With “Make Love”, Tyrese captures and expresses the essence of couples that are in love. Couples that wake up together have an open invitation to not only have sex, but also to make love…any time of the day that pleases them.
Celebrating your achievements publicly is a good way to hold yourself accountable. It also serves as a reminder that you have made progress toward building something phenomenal. That’s motivation!
The Enjoy Life Series helps you identify ways to improve your life, by intentionally enjoying life. Today’s topic is R&B music.